A Carbon Farming Forum held in Port Augusta in February 2021 showed an increasing interest in the practice.
The forum provided an introduction to Carbon Farming in the Rangelands, an explanation of regulations and highly informative Questions and Answer from a Panel of experts from private industry and Government.
As recordings from the event become available, we will provide links to ensure those with interest who were unable to attend can still benefit.
A call for a greater uptake came from Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham. You can read more in the MEDIA RELEASE
A number of resources were made available at the forum held on 11 February 2021. These are available at the links below.
- SA PASTORAL RANGELANDS: CARBON POTENTIAL REPORT
- CARBON FACT SHEET - GENERAL
- CARBON FACT SHEET – BEEF CATTLE
- CARBON FACT SHEET – MEAT SHEEP
- CARBON FACT SHEET – MERINO WOOL
Video recordings from the Far North Carbon Farming Forum are also available.
- Dean Revell, Select Carbon – Carbon: People will pay for it, but can you produce it?
- Emily Gerrard, Comhar Group – Carbon Farming Regulations and Opportunities
- Far North Carbon Farming Forum - Panel Discussion
To learn more about the Carbon Industry’s Code of Conduct – which promotes consumer protection and appropriate open interaction with owners and landowners and defines the best practice for all signatories.
Carbon Industry Code of Conduct
The signatories to this agreement can be found at http://marketplace.carbonmarketinstitute.org/code/
CARBON FARMING AND NATIVE TITLE
SA Arid Lands Landscape Board developed a guide in 2015 for SA pastoralists negotiating consent with Native Title Holders in regards to Carbon Farming. Landholders may find many of the topics within this still relevant.
Regional Agriculture Landcare Facilitator